Brett’s still crying into his magnificent chest hair, so the onus is yet again on yours truly to bring the mad review skills. Two wins in the space of four days equals the Premiership League record for most wins in four days over two completely different competitions. Vangle clearly is a manager who knows his […]
Benno (@Benglorious) With a convincing FA Cup win over West Ham during the week, Vangle proved yet again why he is firmly in the top two of United managers in the post-Fergie era. Four more years of this, please. Easily the highlight of Wednesday’s game was young Marcus Rashford keeping his fairy tale season going by […]
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, ANDER!! X X X X X X X X X X X X X M m Benno (@Benglorious) Friday night is the best time for football. The shops are shut so I don’t have to go shopping and it’s too dark for DIY. Actually, sod the football, I’m out of here. Opposition […]
Multiversity is an ongoing DC comics series (by now it may have stopped, I’m not sure) written by Grant Morrison. Every month sees a loosely tied around a seemingly haunted comic book. Footballiversity and the various numbered Footballiverses are a shameless rip-off of the comics device (found elsewhere too, of course) of using parallel universes […]
Thought for the day: Better to have loved once, than to never have loved at all.
Tim Sherwood walked into the dressing room. Louis van Gaal’s reign had been a disaster, with United failing to make the Champions League, or even the Europa League. There had been an outcry among the papers, and, in their infinite wisdom, Ed Woodward and the Glazer family had decided a domestic manager was the best option. Sherwood’s run […]
Benno (@Benglorious) It’s finally matchday again after what felt like a six month international break. In reality it was only three months, but away goals count double. Aston Villa are the visitors to Old Trafford today, and they have a different manager from when we last played them. Tim of Sherwood may have left his […]
Multiversity is an ongoing DC comics series written by Grant Morrison. Every month sees a story in a different version of the DC universe (eg kids of the well-known heroes who have nothing to do because their parents created a utopia where the bad guys can never win) loosely tied around a seemingly haunted comic […]